I like when Federer does a micro fist pump. #usopen (at US Open Tennis Championships)
Teaser for Book Hive, an amazing interactive installation at Bristol’s Central Library from British art collective Rusty Squid – the best thing since this photographic love letter to public libraries.
Wow. I’d love to see the technology behind the sensors. It’s so beautiful. I’m going to use this as an example for teaching what “interactive” could mean when combining art and technology.
After a wild success, we decided to make our Pride and Prejudice/Lizzie Bennet Diaries flowchart available for reblog! Which character are you?
I think this might be one of my first additions to the common place wall this year.
Oh, man! This is so awesome. Such a great idea for teaching characterization.
dressing like nancy drew
Relevant to my interests of dressing like fictional lady detectives
Oooh! I love the layout of this. It’s like a really cool fashion infographic. I’ve had my kids do characterization activities using Polyvore but this is way cooler and way more organized. I’m stealin’ it.
These are my “Tidy Tubs”. Nicole from Rowdy in Room 300 is a genius and gave me this idea! She puts a “Tidy Tub” on each table while her students are doing cutting projects. It helps keep the students in their seats working instead of going back and forth to the garbage can to throw away their scraps. SO SMART!
I love this!